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with a regional situation that's completely on fire. the western border, turmoil in libya, the situation in the sudan is problematic, eastward, the palestinian-israeli conflict has not progressed, then syria and you go down and have sectarianism and so forth. all of this, and the emergence of terrorists and extremist groups in the region in high numbers is an extremely alarming issue, but i can't simply say it's too difficult. i can't use them, and i'm not, charlie, and you know where i am on this, i can't say i have an excuse not to give it the best effort. but because i know your system, my approach is, if i feel you're not getting the whole message, i'm going to come explain it. if you don't want to listen to me, i'm just going to tell you what i want to do, because i believe we share the common goal at the end of the day. >> charlie: but this is the largest mass sentencing i think in egypt's history according to what i read. >> i assume so, but it hasn't actually happened. it hasn't happened. i mean -- >> charlie: they wanted to use the word death sentence. >> they asked before their
, different story at conoco-philips, a boost in production even at operations in libya, shares were higher by a percentage point today. >>> and telecom giant at&t approaching directtv about combining forces in a deal that could really shake up how you watch television, shares of at&t were up a fraction lower, but directtv shares shot up 4%. morgan brennan has more now on the proposed deal and how it could change the entire pay tv landscap landscape. >> reporter: well, neither at&t or directtv is commenting on the possible merger, such a deal could alter the pay tv landscape, if the $400 billion purchase wins regulatory approval. it is on the edge of major changes and this deal would only help to accelerate the transform ags. >> i think you're seeing every different product segment, which will probably force a lot of these companies, the incumbents to consolidate. >> directtv is the second largest paid tv operator in the united states, second only to comcast. together they would claim nearly 27 million customers, compared to 37 million that comcast would service. such a deal would enable th
technological weapons coming from libya so often the guards cannot use them in front of them and they know where to exactly to excavate. the other people are the regular villagers. usually young youth and children are sent by a local person to find objects and they give them money in turn of these objects. >> brown: in february, egyptian tourism police announced they'd broken up a major smuggling ring, recovering thousands of stolen objects. but it remains a pervasive problem. >> ( translated ): we have apprehended tens of people with digging equipment. maybe, on a daily basis, there are at least seven to ten cases of illicit excavation. >> brown: last month egypt's antiquities minister asked the obama administration to impose emergency restrictions on the importation of ancient artifacts. those would allow u.s. customs officials to seize objects that lack official documentation. the u.s. state department says it's open to the idea, but the formal request will take time to submit and approve. but hanna says a global effort is needed. >> i don't think the rest of the world is doing enough. and, a
libya's parliament, forcing him peep us to abandon a vote to choose a new prime minister -- or singh s to abandon amp' vote to choose a new prime minister. the mothers of a group of nigerian school girls who were abducted two weeks ago have been holding a protest march in the capital. they say they are frustrated by lack of action from the authorities. the girls were taken from their school in the remote northern state. this comes amid reports that some of them may have been sold into marriage in neighboring karam -- cameroon. today, china called for an easing of tension after pyongyang conducted its second live fire military exercise in less than a month. the most recent drill took place on an island off the country's west coast near the disputed border with south korea. intelligence agencies are also concerned about increased activities at north korea's nuclear sites. concern mounts that north korea might be preparing for another nuclear test, it is its conventional weaponry that has once again been making its southern neighbor nervous. haven't been given notice that the north was pr
of countries. in libya, for example, steps were taken. some steps in different ways could be taken with respect to syria. phone takes into account what happened in vietnam, who did what, where it was finished and it's done. what's necessary is to have the determination to act. why is it determination not there? there are sanctions imposed in many other areas but nothing much is happening here. when people die, people leave their country, and there's no remedy for them, and this is a hue -- humanitarian drama. chemical weapons. i'm not fooled by the chemical weapons issue. 2,000 people die as a result of a chemical weapons attack, that is considered a crime. then, on the other hand, you have almost 200,000 people who have been killed by conventional weapons and that you totally disregard. if the result of a crime is death, then that crime is a crime. i'm not saying i defend chemical weapons. of course, we have to do something against chemical weapon, but why don't we act against conventional weapons? tanks, artillery are used to kill people and they are considered almost nonexistent. where do th
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)